"Vision 1-6"

Title"Vision 1-6"
Year for Search1976
AuthorsHarper, Clifford(b. 1949)
Secondary TitleUndercurrents. Radical Technology
Pagination48-49, 94-85, 132-33, 168-69, 200-201, 228-29
Date Published1976
PublisherPantheon Books/Random House
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Anarchist utopia described in six illustrations with a brief not and some with captions. The visions are of a collectivised garden, a basement workshop, an autonomous village, an autonomous terrace, a community workshop, and a community media centre. Strikingly, the only people shown working are women.

Additional Publishers

U. S. ed. (New York: Pantheon Books/Random House, 1976), 48-49, 94-85, 132-33, 168-69, 200-201, 228-29. Rpt. as foldout plates in Why Work? Arguments for the Leisure Society. Ed. Vernon Richards (London: Freedom Press, 1983), 149-54, with commentary by Colin Ward.

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Author Note

(b. 1949)

Full Text

1976 Harper, Clifford (b. 1949). “Vision 1 - 6.” In Peter Harper, Godfrey Boyle, and the editors of Undercurrents. Radical Technology (London: Wildwood House), 48-49, 94-85, 132-33, 168-69, 200-201, 228-29. U. S. ed. (New York: Pantheon Books/Random House, 1976), 48-49, 94-85, 132-33, 168-69, 200-201, 228-29. Rpt. as foldout plates in Why Work? Arguments for the Leisure Society. Ed. Vernon Richards (London: Freedom Press, 1983), 149-54, with commentary by Colin Ward. PSt

Anarchist utopia described in six illustrations with a brief not and some with captions. The visions are of a collectivised garden, a basement workshop, an autonomous village, an autonomous terrace, a community workshop, and a community media centre. Strikingly, the only people shown working are women.